Question of ethics

  • 2006-06-28
  • by Paul, Ontario
I am disappointed with the June 15 decision of the European Parliament to approve tax spending on embryonic stem-cell research. Genetic science has great potential for either serving or degrading humanity. Its proper use requires moral reflection and the establishment of moral limits.There is in no scientific evidence to suggest that embryonic stem cell research has more potential to lead us to viable treatments for various diseases than non-embryonic stem cells. Embryonic stem cells carry the likelihood of immune rejection in humans. Animal trials suggest that they are too genetically un...
 
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